Ozone IV Therapy is an effective way to improve overall health and strengthen the immune system.
Stimulates the immune system
Detoxifies the body from toxins and free radicals
Increases oxygen levels in the blood
Ozone IV Therapy involves the intravenous administration of ozone (O3) into the body through a drip infusion. Ozone possesses potent antioxidant properties and can enhance metabolism, elevate blood oxygen levels, and fortify the immune system.
Inflammation and Pain Relief
Detoxification and Cleansing
Restoration of Damaged Tissues, Digestive System, and Immune System
Consciousness Transformation, Self-Relationship Restoration
Ozone therapy intravenously is recommended for the treatment and prevention of more than 150 diseases. The procedure is particularly effective in the following cases:
- Chronic fatigue and asthenic conditions.
- Weakened immune system and frequent colds.
- Metabolic disorders and toxic load on the body.
How many sessions of Ozone IV Therapy are needed to achieve desired results?
The number of sessions may vary depending on individual health and goals. Typically, several sessions are recommended for optimal results.
Can Ozone IV Therapy cause discomfort?
The procedure is usually well-tolerated, and clients rarely experience discomfort during intravenous ozone infusion.
Are there any limitations or contraindications for Ozone IV Therapy?
The procedure may be unsuitable for certain medical conditions, such as ozone allergy or pregnancy. Consultation with a medical specialist before the procedure is mandatory.
How long will the results of Ozone IV Therapy last?
The duration of results may vary and depends on lifestyle and health condition. Maintenance sessions can help retain the results for an extended period.
Are there any side effects of Ozone IV Therapy?
Side effects are rare and generally minimal, including temporary redness or slight discomfort at the infusion site. All potential risks will be discussed with you before the procedure.
While Ozone IV Therapy is considered a safe procedure, some risks may be associated with intravenous ozone infusion, such as temporary redness or slight discomfort at the infusion site. It is recommended to discuss your medical history and health condition with our specialist before the procedure.